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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- TV Channel One Russia
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... our train ticket and wrote the wrong dates on it. So we spent the better part of the next hour in line waiting to get that sorted. After much tutting and disparaging remakes about "Roma" they fixed it up and we were on the move to the hotel. On the surface Napoli looks really dirty and rough as guts, but it is actually quite nice and the people were pretty friendly. We spent the better part of the afternoon stomping ...
... mozzarella for Sarah. It took awhile to discover florre di latte was mozzarella as everything else was translated. The waiter, John from Egypt, was very enthusiastic and wanted to tell us of places we must visit in the city, he marked them on the map. He kept saying about how wonderful their pizzas were. He was right they were wonderful. Light and full of flavour. We had both been really hungry so it was a good feeling.
... tonight and check it out. Eventually, the lure of the water was too much for the kids. We came across a small beach behind the breakwater, with a few other people in the water already. Despite my deep misgivings about the skank in the water, the kids stripped down to their undies and got straight in. If we make it back to Australia with two kids in tow, I'll concede that my misgivings were ill-foundered. On the way back we saw the pizza competition being ...
... good side!!
Silly Pompeii people, why did they build their city right below that belching Mt Vesuvius?? I am sure you all know the story so no history lesson needed here but how tragic for those living in Pompeii in August, 79 AD. As you know the eruption literally stopped people in their tracks. The ruins and the site is amazing as it shows the mummies of the victims as they were found. The entire Pompeii site is incredible and the research that has ...
... and falling-apart post-war apartment buildings. The fact that we were there on a Sunday and many businesses were closed contributed to the unsavoury feel. I'm sure that if we'd had the energy to do a proper city tour we'd have discovered history and more appealing areas, but we were worn out from Pompeii. Nevertheless, we were determined to eat pizza in the city that claims to have invented it, so we walked a few blocks to an acceptable-looking piazza, selected ...